Teachers are available to students for Instructional Assistance three times each week. Students can arrange to get help on Tuesday and Thursday between 8:00 and 8:30 a.m., or on Wednesday between 3:05 and 3:35 each week. It is helpful if students pre-arrange to meet their teacher, but it is not required.
Reminder: Parent Council meets Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. in the Library. All parents are welcome and encouraged to attend.
New LCC classes will be offered on-site at SEHS this spring term. We have a never-before opportunity for students at South. Thanks in part to some grant funds, we will be offering two LCC classes taught be LCC instructors on-site at South Eugene High School. FREE TO OUR STUDENTS!
NRG199: Green Career Explorations (click to download informational flyer) engages students in exploring the multitude of careers spanning the field of ecology, from engineering to law to horticulture and many more. What’s more, students will earn three LCC credits which also translate to .75 credit (applied arts) earned in a course that meets just three days/week from 8:25 – 9:30 a.m. Research and some field trips are part of the curriculum. Students must be in 11th or 12th grade to be eligible.
CS 133P: Beginning Programming – Python (click to download informational flyer) is an introductory computer programming class. We are increasingly aware that computer programming is one of the most high-demand career pathways these days, offering stimulating work and good salaries and benefits. This course is open to high school students in all grades who meet the required score on the LCC reading placement test. Plus, this is a four credit LCC class that translates to a full 1.0 credit earned in a single trimester, and it meets just two days/week, from 8:00 – 9:50 a.m.
Please encourage your student to consider enrolling for one of these courses. If students require a 1st period schedule change to fit one of these classes into their schedule, we’ll do all we can to make it work.
Common Core State Standards now playing at a school near you. Plus Smarter Balanced Assessment opening in 2015. What does this mean for your student in terms of high school graduation and college? If you want the facts and an opportunity to have your questions answered, then don’t miss Parent Education Night, Monday, March 17, 7- 8:30 p.m. in the SEHS Cafeteria.
Yes, clicking a purple bar expands it to show the details of a news item. Wherever there are plus (+) signs, you can click to reveal more, and click the minus (-) to reveal less. Nifty, huh? This website re-design has been a project of computer teacher Mary Taylor’s for the past several years, and the reason it came to fruition was that she got the very able and wonderful programming help of Julian Mullins and Jacob Friedman. Didn’t they ROCK it?
If you would like to comment or ask a question, feel free to email Mary at email@example.com.
Be assured, everything is still here… it’s just a whole lot prettier!